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ELECTRON supported the 4th Workshop on Internet of Things Security and Privacy (WISP)

ELECTRON was one of the project that supported the 4th Workshop on Internet of Things Security and Privacy (WISP) (it was held in conjunction with Global IoT Summit 2022 and the IoTweek 2022)

The 11th edition of IoT Week was held in Dublin, Ireland, from 20 to 23 June 2022. After two years of travel restrictions due to the Covid pandemics, it has been a relief and joy to finally meet again in person with each other at the temple of the Gaelic Sports (GAA) in Ireland, the Croke Park Stadium

The workshop was held at Location: ALL STAR SUITE 683/684 (80) on Tuesday June 21 2022

Out of  the nine submited papers five were accepted for publication

This workshop brought together experts from different EU projects working in cross-layer issues in the areas of user-centric security, privacy and trust in the IoT. The goal was to present the recent results to the research community, the industry and standardisation bodies and exchange ideas for joint research activities in the future. Finally, the workshop acted as  a place for discussing also how the results of the projects can help mitigating these threats. 

The full list of authors and publications is presented in the following table:


The technical topics of interest included, but are not limited to:

  • Security and privacy challenges of interoperable and usable IoT
  • Lightweight IoT security protocols and architectures
  • Privacy enhancing and anonymization techniques in IoT
  • Trust and identity management in IoT
  • Privacy data protection in Smart Cities applications
  • Secure discovery and authentication in IoT
  • IoT security lifecycle and Data Governance models
  • Security and privacy framework for IoT platforms
  • Case studies of new or existing IoT security technologies
  • Novel architectures, protocols, and applications for security and interoperability
  • Testbeds, and experimental results in IoT domains
  • Blockchain-based identity management and access control systems
  • Smart contracts for enhancing trust and security in IoT
  • Security and privacy aspects on the integration of LPWAN in IoT systems
  • Incentive mechanisms for enhancing security and privacy
  • Cognitive Systems for IoT platforms
  • Formal models to represent IoT systems, attacks and vulnerabilities
  • Automated IoT security testing
  • Security certification and standardization activities

This workshop wass supported by the following EU R&D projects:

  • CyberSec4Europe
  • SDN-microSENSE